Production Fiat Avventura 90HP Spotted; Loses Twin Exhausts!

The prettiest crossover hatch in town, the Fiat Avventura is slated for a launch soon. The concept model shown during the Expo did interest many but it seems that the production version is bound to lose a few blades from its armor.

We have a new uncamouflaged spyshot of Avventura with 90hp badge courtesy and it shows that the car has lost out on the sporty twin exhaust layout (one at each end). It now houses just one towards the left, with a chrome finished tip.


The big Avventura logo on the spare wheel cover ensures you do not need to tell your neighbor your new car’s name. The skid plates are a shade or two lighter than the bumper and are exactly like the concept model shown in the Expo. The reflectors embedded on the skid plates are prominent and also add up as design elements.


The 90HP badging at the rear means this particular Avventura is powered by the 90 bhp version of Fiat’s famous 1.3L multijet diesel engine, which produces 93PS of power and 209Nm of torque. We are unsure at this moment, if there will be the lesser 75hp variant on offer. The petrol engine will be the 1.4L Fire motor.

Fiat-Avventura-Crossover-Pic (5)
Here is how the Avventura concept looked like from the rear

The crossover shares not just the underpinnings of the recently launched Punto Evo but also the interiors. In addition, it gets roll and tilt gauges to add to the fancy equipment list. The projector head lamps accentuate the premium look but spyshots have suggested there will be non-projector variants on offer as well.

Fiat-Avventura-Crossover-Pic (8)
Avventura concept’s front

Competing against the Volkswagen Cross Polo and Toyota Etios Cross, Avventura, frankly speaking, looks ten times better and sense making. If priced well, which is expected, it should do some serious business for Fiat in India.

While the car already finds a mention at Fiat’s official website, we expect its bookings to open soon. Launch should take place sometime next month.

Related: New Fiat Punto EVO vs Old Punto: Price Comparison

Leave a Comment